Postdoctoral Fellow in Auditory Neuroscience ("Kyle T. Nakamoto" )

Subject: Postdoctoral Fellow in Auditory Neuroscience
From:    "Kyle T. Nakamoto"  <knakamoto@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 7 Jul 2014 15:43:05 -0400

One of the principal investigators, that I collaborate with, at my institute is looking for a postdoc. I thought it would be worthwhile to post the ad. Several UK postdoc have gone to NEOMED now and overall have had an excellent time. Cheers, Kyle T. Nakamoto, Ph.D Research Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology Northeast Ohio Medical University Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Scientist Northeast Ohio Medical University Rootstown, Ohio We are looking for candidates with a doctorate or postdoctoral training in neuroscience, particularly electrophysiology plus behavior testing, and interested in studying hearing disorders such as age-related hearing loss (prebycusis) or tinnitus. We are a well-established and growing research team studying age-related changes of the nervous system, with a strong focus on age-related synaptic changes which may contribute to functional declines both in the peripheral (age-related hearing loss) and central nervous system (tinnitus). One of our funded projects is to develop novel therapies for presbycusis, and we also have one ongoing funded project studying tinnitus in our transgenic mouse models with both functional and molecular approaches. Our team includes two principle investigators with backgrounds in neuroscience and molecular biology. Within our Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, ten investigators are working in the area of auditory neuroscience. The ideal applicant will support current and planned experiments in presbycusis and tinnitus, and also will want to develop his/her own research interests. Applicants should have excellent skills in scientific writing, experimental design, data analysis, and management of a research team. We like to think that the intellectual environment of our group, and the many colleagues with which we have close interactions, are as exciting as the university where our work takes place. We look forward to hearing from you. To be considered for this opportunity, please email directly to Dr. Jianxin Bao at jbao@xxxxxxxx AA/EOE M/F/D/V

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